Dataset: EIU-
Search Criteria: Mexico; Morelos; excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Eastern Illinois University, Stover-Ebinger Herbarium


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Begonia monophylla Pourr. ex A.DC.
EIU036218Barkley, Fred   361221966-07-28
Mexico, Morelos, East of Haujintlan, 14 miles north of Texco.

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Vachellia bilimekii (J.Macbr.) Seigler & Ebinger
EIU048924Seigler, D.   13576B
Mexico, Morelos, On road from Axachiapan to Tepalcingo, 12 miles west of the Morelos/Puebla border in Morelos

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Mariosousa salazarii (Britton & Rose) Seigler & Ebinger
EIU000330Seigler, David S.   12571
Mexico, Morelos, Edge of road at Puebla/Morelos border on road to Axachiapán in Morelos

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EIU000515Seigler, David S.   
Mexico, Morelos, On road from Axachiapan to Chiamexa, 3 miles W of Tepalcingo

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EIU000530Seigler, David S.   125741991-05-27
Mexico, Morelos, On road from Axachiapan to Tepalcingo, 12 miles W of the Morelos/Puebla border.


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